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Particles for Justice
Wednesday, June 10: A Strike For Black Lives #STRIKE4BLACKLIVES #STRIKEFORBLACKLIVES #SHUTDOWNSTEM WHO ARE THE PARTICLES FOR JUSTICE?

Science and Politics

Hilary Rose, Steven Rose and Katherine L. Bryant Monthly Review
I think one’s got to look not at the technofix—you’ve got to look at the transformation of the way in which all of us live and ask how you move toward that in a time of gross inequality within and between nations.

Rap Brown Law Today

Michael E. Tigar Monthly Review
The Rap Brown Law is based on the idea that one person, crossing a state line with the intent to participate in mischief, ought to be prosecuted based on his or her writings or speech, duly intercepted, or by the compelled testimony of his comrades.

The Vetting of Thurgood Marshall — and a Lesson for Today

Michael G. Long Chicago Tribune
Marshall had neither a Harvard degree nor wide legal experiences, but he possessed an extraordinary judicial temperament and proved to be an outstanding federal judge. Of his 98 majority decisions on the circuit court, not one was overturned.
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